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What next.....lowering?

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Hi everyone I passed my test at a ripe old age of 38 and bought a 1l 2003 seat arosa.  So far I have bought.

New full exhaust . New egr. 4 tyres . New brakes ,(disc pads etc) and last week something cracked and leaked out my coolant!! Ffs. All sorted now .

Anyway I hope that now I can get aound to doing some nice stuff  ie lowering and wheels.

So my question is whats the best way forward? Springs,  coilovers etc .? I dont want to slam it stupid low but just low enough to not have to start messing with arches etc.

 

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You're too old to mess around with these things.

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16 minutes ago, Arosa1980kid said:

Young at heart lol😁

Ignore him!

...never grow up.

Silver!

Aged 17 years, 485 months, 3 days

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Nearly 58? I’m watching Cars 3 or I’d work your birthday out 😁

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I need to get older before I'm allowed to mess with these things...

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11 minutes ago, mk2 said:

I need to get older before I'm allowed to mess with these things...

You are old.

Your love of old English cars dictates this.

I seem to have little interest as do many around my age and above.

Gotta have a good decade on me.

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I’ll be old before I get the chance to mess with things.

Maybe I’ll not make it that far.

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New or second hand?

Get coil overs, at least you can adjust them and more people want them if you want to sell them. 

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Gona be new coilovers anyone point me in right direction? Looking at fk ak street coilovers? 

Cheers

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1 hour ago, Arosa1980kid said:

Gona be new coilovers anyone point me in right direction? Looking at fk ak street coilovers? 

Cheers

There a Definitive coilover thread here: 

have a read.

 

if you can afford it, I recommend KW1 v1 Stainless 👍🏽

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Welcome and congrats on passing your test, there’s nothing like your first car 🚗 

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